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Consulting and Training

for employers and executives, who want to create

an inclusive and diverse workplace culture

As a coach and career consultant, I often encounter highly qualified clients who feel stuck in a work environment that does not match their talents and requirements. This discrepancy leads to stress and dissatisfaction and thus to a high turnover rate in companies. Especially in times of a shortage of skilled workers, it is more important than ever to create a neurodiversity-sensitive corporate culture. By providing resources and developing customized training and awareness programs, the shortage of skilled workers can be addressed in a sustainable manner.

Clara Chill




  • for managers and HR

  • Support in recruiting processes

  • Designing inclusive workplaces

  • Organisational and personnel development

  • Neurodiversity- conscious leadership

  • for teams and groups

  • Communication and mediation

  • Psychoeducation and raising awareness

  • Conflict management

  • Neurodiversity-sensitive team development

  • Training on neurodiversity and inclusion

  • for employees

  • Support (1-1)

  • Conflict management

  • Individual workplace design

  • Strengthening resilience

  • Mindfulness in the workplace

Neurodiversity at the workplace

Each person perceives the world in a unique way and processes stimuli in their own way. Similar to how the different structures and functions of the brain work together to create a complex system, a company benefits from utilizing a broader range of skills and perspectives of its employees to be successful.

The interaction of neurodiverse teams leads not only to a better understanding of customer needs, but also to more innovative products and services.


Inclusion in the workplace means creating an environment in which every person feels safe, respected and valued and can contribute their individual skills and strengths. This includes, for example, flexible working hours, barrier-free working conditions and awareness programs for the entire team. In addition, it is important to promote a culture of acceptance and understanding in the form of educational work and psychoeducation in order to also dissolve any prejudices or stigmas. Coaching and supervision can help everyone involved to better understand their work environment and communicate more effectively with each other.

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